If people were caught hiding Jews?
By. Ambernie Reece
Another lady who was willing to help the Jews was Ona Simaite
Lithuanian librarian Ona Simaite took food to Jews in the Vilna ghetto, helped hide many Jews outside the ghetto, and saved valuable Jewish literary and historical materials.
One of the ladies who tried to help the jews survive
Jewish children gathered for a sporting event in a summer camp
Sergeant Karl Silberbauer and two Dutch police collaborators arrested the Franks they put them on a train transport from Westerbork to Auschwitz, a concentration camp complex in German-occupied Poland.
Was it hard to hide children?
The hiding of Jewish children during 1942-1945 in the Netherlands had psychological and practical consequences. decision about hiding their children was not an easy one for several reasons. First, as of July 1942 there was no organized underground network for hiding children. Second, Jewish identity cards carried a large black J that could not easily be removed,children aged six and younger did not need an identity card. Third, one needed a place where the children could hide.
How were adults hidden?
Adults weren't able to go to and hid in there friends houses like the children were, it depended what country they lived in really because some hid under, boats, they ate very little,and some didn't make it they were caught and were taken to the consecration camps. Some were killed or threatened to be killed.